Big Brother? Why bother? BEHIND THE HEADLINES.
Byline: Jackie Bird
Perhaps my cold has addled my judgment but two hours of my life were spent watching the launch of Celebrity Big Brother.
No one forced me to stick with it but cleverly the programme–makers kept me on tenterhooks waiting for someone I'd actually heard of.
Alexander O'Neal looked like a dazed pensioner who'd wandered into the care home from hell.
Outside, a woman with a questionable grasp of what being famous means, tried to whip up enthusiasm from the hypothermic crowd.
Loose Woman Nadia Sawalha seemed to have it sussed when she appeared wielding what looked like a crucifix. It turned out to be a soft toy mascot.
Nadia, after Cheggers stripped off, I'd have stuck with the crucifix. You might need it.
MOUSEMASCOT Nadia's BB entrance
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|Publication:||Sunday Mail (Glasgow, Scotland)|
|Date:||Jan 11, 2015|
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